Our Clinic is fully equipped to take digital radiographs, also known as X-Rays. One of our veterinarians will discuss your pet’s case and conduct a thorough physical examination to determine if a radiograph is needed. Radiographs are a very important tool to help us diagnose diseases in animals, particularly for conditions involving bones, the chest or abdomen.
What happens to my pet when it is booked in for radiographs?
Most of our patients are admitted into hospital for the day to have radiographs taken, unless it is an emergency, where we will then need to take them immediately. We ask that you bring your pet in unfed on the morning of admission, as they will most likely be sedated or anaesthetised to allow us to take the best quality radiographs. Once the radiographs have been taken we will give you a call or book an appointment to show you the images and to discuss the diagnosis and treatment plan for your pet.